Why Living in Harbor East of Melbourne Beach is So…ooo Special!
Melbourne Beach is an Oceanside town of about 3300 residents. Ocean Ave is about less than a mile and ends into the Indian river at one end and the Atlantic Ocean on the other. Melbourne Beach Pier is a great place for fishing and just relaxing. Nearby is the Ryckman Park perfect for a family picnic or a game of tennis on the adjacent tennis courts. In the summer months Melbourne Beach hosts movie nights in the park for its residents. Town Hall, Police and Fire Departments as well as the post office are also on Ocean Ave. A short walk down the road towards the Ocean, and you are near the library and a community supermarket and bank. Melbourne Beach Library hosts many events for children and adults. The Ocean Park by the beach is great with volleyball court and picnic benches and access to the beach. The first Saturday in May is Melbourne Beach Founder’s day. There are festivities held all day at the Ryckman park, starting with a 5k run in the morning and ending with music in the evening at the park.
Harbor East subdivision is located close by Ocean Ave in Melbourne Beach. It consists of about 147 homes. Many of these homes are waterfront, situated on the river or canal.
Gemini Elementary School on Oak St. is within a short distance of Harbour East area. There is a bike path on Oak St and residents are seen biking, jogging and walking their pets on the bike path.
A little further south is the Melbourne Beach Golf course and the Spessard Holland Beach Park. Some of the other subdivisions in Melbourne Beach are: River's Edge, Beach Woods, Indian Landing, Ocean Dunes, The Breakers condominium, Aquarina, Wexford, Seabreeze